To understand how we can get better outcomes, we need to more clearly understand how organisations rise, whey they often eventually struggle no matter their past success, and why they can fall. Continue reading Book 80 of Year 2017 – “That’s not how we do it here!” by John Kotter and Holger Rathgeber
Old habits die hard, and if you’re not careful, the person you used to be can overtake the person you’re trying to become. Continue reading Book 79 of Year 2017 – “ Unashamed” by LeCrae Moore
I enjoyed reading this book as Fauzia took the time to break down actions for authors who want to understand online marketing and how they identify and engage their audience.
Official Title – Hyena Genre – Non Fiction Book Length – 224 pages Reading Time – 5 hours Style/ Plot – This is some sort of autobiography of Jude’s life. Well, it actually is but I felt like he was jumping back and forth timespans. This is definitely not a book you should read on the tube or the train with anyone looking over your shoulder. It contains … Continue reading Book 77 of Year 2017 – “ Hyena” by Jude Angellini
The Lose Your Belly Diet is not just a weight-loss plan—it’s an eating strategy that you can follow for the rest of your life.
When people follow fad diets that are impossible to stick with long-term, they stay on them just long enough to hit their weight-loss goals.
Then, they ditch their crazy, unsustainable diet and go back to eating the way they did before they started losing weight.
But that’s not how we roll with the Lose Your Belly Diet. Continue reading Book 76 of Year 2017 – “The lose your belly diet” by Travis Stork
Learning is usually treated as a puppy-side matter, thought to follow teaching, training, or information delivery.
But learning is much more demand drive. People learn in response to need. When people cannot see the need for what’s being taught, they ignore it, reject it or fail to assimilate it in any meaningful way. Continue reading Book 75 of Year 2017 – “The Social Life of Information” by John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid
Science tells us that all humans grow ten thousand new brain cells a day, but if we don’t activate them by learning new things, they’re reabsorbed back into our bodies—which is slightly creepy, but if you don’t try to retain them, then you probably don’t deserve them. Continue reading Book 74 of Year 2017 – “Bit Rot” by Douglas Coupland
Firms that can offer collaborative value-added services or even propose teaming up with other PSFs will be looked on favourably by clients.
This is a useful and clear differentiator in a pitch.” Continue reading Book 73 of Year 2017 – “Strategic Tendering for Professional Services” by Matthew Fuller and Tim Nightingale
Jack’s storytelling skills in this book are top notch. He keeps the reader engaged and racing to finish chapters. There is a rollercoaster of emotions to be experienced but you will definitely read every single page. Continue reading Book 72 of Year 2017 – “See you in the Cosmos” by Jack Cheng
financial leadership is about more than your own life, and whether or not we catch your vision at the onset, we need you to keep pressing on.
Embrace your desire to create new futures with money. Continue reading Book 71 of Year 2017 – “The Seven Money Types” by Tommy Brown
The highest currency you’ll ever have is self awareness. Without it, it’s impossible to know what you need to change. Continue reading Book 70 of Year 2017 – “The Angry Therapist” by John Kim
The insights given made me reflect on ways to showcase my identity apart from what I do. Continue reading Book 69 of Year 2017 – “Hello, my name is” by Matthew West